Galindo, Javier

Javier Galindo (b. Havana): An architect and designer based in New York, Galindo’s practice investigates the role of impermanence and fragmentation in architectural discourse and expression. Galindo received the 2015 Rome Prize in Architecture, the KPF Traveling Fellowship, and several competition awards and recognitions. His professional experience includes time as Senior Associate Principal and Lead Designer at Kohn Pedersen Fox in New York. He has also practiced professionally in design firms in Miami and San Francisco. As an assistant instructor at Cornell University, Galindo has taught Visual Studies and Representation courses. He received a Masters of Architecture from Cornell University and a Bachelors of Architecture from FIU in Miami. (CINTAS for Architecture & Design 2018-2019)

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